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Top rated weekly podcast providing support for the struggles, celebrating the successes, and sharing the stories of women of color. Its inspiring and insightful conversations with unsung sheroes sharing their personal and professional trials, transitions, and triumphs to help other women’s outcomes. Hosted by media veteran and entrepreneur Loni Swain.
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Netta Dobbins is a marketer, entrepreneur and professional hypewoman that's worked with brands like State Farm, NBA, Nike and more. She's the founder of Mimconnect, a career resource and networking platform diversifying the workforce, and Secret Black Girl Meeting, an event series curating a safe space for Black women to discuss issues plaguing our community. Netta's mission is to always create opportunities for POC and lift as she climbs.Connect with Netta: @NettaDobbins www.nettadobbins.comConnect with MIMConnect: @MIMConnect www.mimconnect.comConnect with Secret Black Girl Meeting: @sbgmpresentsDon’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast
First solo episode in a while. Addressing a listener question from a previous episode: "When does normal anxiety become an anxiety disorder?" and then my two cents on minding our mental health and keeping the "should" to ourself. I don't know about you, but I've had people tell me what I should and should not be stressed or anxious about. I've had people tell me that because things could be worse, my current circumstances didn't warrant discontent or my level of frustration. This episode is to remind you and them that we all have unique triggers and stressors and everyone needs to mind their own mental health and keep their "should" to themself. In honor of the last week of mental health, lets take the time to be more thoughtful and compassionate about how we respond to people in their time of need, even when we can't relate or understand.Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast Visit my website: www.loniswain.com
How to Secure Your Seat at the Table w/ Minda Harts by Loni Swain
Rakima Dolliole Parson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Play Therapist, and Louisiana Native, whose own experience overcoming childhood traumatic stress, led her to pursue a career as a therapist. Rakima not only believes that there is valuable work to be done through providing individual therapy services, but she also embraces the responsibility of advocating and providing outreach. She has presented at both national and regional conferences and is active in working to help enhance the policies related to mental health. Rakima has also volunteered as a mentor, through an organization that supports children of incarcerated parents. She is driven by her desire to minimize barriers to accessing mental health information and services. Rakima works with individuals of all ages, with the goal of enhancing both mental well-being and interpersonal functioning.Click HERE to listen to the podcast episode.To connect with Rakima, visit her Instagram Page @centeredTXDon’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast #MHA
This Founder Shares What She Learned From Failure, $3 Million in Funding, and Fear by Loni Swain
Embracing Your Insecurities To Make The Ultimate Impact by Loni Swain
Rakima Dolliole Parson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Play Therapist, and Louisiana Native, whose own experience overcoming childhood traumatic stress, led her to pursue a career as a therapist. Rakima not only believes that there is valuable work to be done through providing individual therapy services, but she also embraces the responsibility of advocating and providing outreach. She has presented at both national and regional conferences and is active in working to help enhance the policies related to mental health. Rakima has also volunteered as a mentor, through an organization that supports children of incarcerated parents. She is driven by her desire to minimize barriers to accessing mental health information and services. Rakima works with individuals of all ages, with the goal of enhancing both mental well-being and interpersonal functioning.To connect with Rakima, visit her Instagram Page @centeredTXDon’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast
Women's History Month is a good excuse to show extra love to the women in our lives.Women's empowerment is not just a trend or a hashtag, its a lifestyle that we can all embrace. In this episode, I'm sharing some ways to support and show up for the women in our lives and how to make it part of your daily routine.I also shared a way we can all support a woman, by supporting our woman-owned sponsor, Andrelle's Natural Skin Care! As a listener of the show, you can enjoy 20% off your first order when you use promo code: LONI at check out. My faves are: Camellia + Carrot Seed Facial Oil, Lavender + Carrot Seed Sun Protectant, and the 3-in-One- Dead Sea Mud Mask. Plus, you don't need to use a lot to be effective, so the products last a LONG time! Try them out and let me know about your experience!Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast
Mabel Nunez is the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Girl$ on The Money - a stock market investing education company targeted to women, minorities, and individuals that are underrepresented in the world of investing. She is passionate about investing education, helping women feel more confident around money topics, and empowering them to take action and control of their finances. Mabel is also the best selling author of an investing book "Stock Market Investing Mini Lessons for Beginners" and teaches highly rated courses around the topics of personal finance and investing. Through all of her resources and social media platforms - she shares what she has learned (and continues to learn, thanks to 10+ years of investing experience and 2 finance degrees. You can connect with Mabel on Instagram @Girlsonthemoney.Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with 3 people you think would enjoy and benefit from this episode! Tag us on social media: @loniswain@loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast
We are talking intentional entrepreneurship, design, being self-taught, the importance of community and so much more with Karen Spears!Karen Spears is the owner of Kareracter, a creative studio building brands with personality. Kareracter was born in her college dorm room in 2015. She is a self-taught graphic designer specializing in the art of hand-lettering. Upon graduation in May of 2017 she took the plunge into full-time entrepreneurship. She’s worked with over 50 individual clients and a dozen established organizations. She offers visual solutions to clients who are socially-driven, innovative, and women-led organizations that support a team of emerging women designers. The aim is to be the home-base for emerging designers looking to create meaningful work in an environment that celebrates their personal and creative identity. She’s a University of Missouri graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications and a minor in Business. She’s had the privilege of working for Google, Leo Burnett, James R. Jordan Foundation, and Chicago Scholars. She’s also the former peer advisor for the Obama Foundation, Starting Bloc alum, and current Scholar at the 2018 Aspen Ideas Festival. Her mission is to create a world of possibility for women in design and entrepreneurship.Connect with Karen: www.kareracter.com@kareracterwww.letsvibe.org@letsvibehqDon't forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with 3 people you think would enjoy and benefit from this episode! Tag us on social media: @loniswain@loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast
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